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Local asst. DA resigns after alleged massage parlor visit

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JOHNS CREEK, Ga. -

A local assistant district attorney has resigned after being allegedly being caught going to a Johns Creek massage parlor while driving a county car.  

Police in Johns Creek had Sapphire Spa under surveillance when they allegedly saw a Henry County government vehicle at the parlor. Photographs allegedly showed that the driver of the vehicle was Henry County Assistant District Attorney Thomas Williams.

The Sapphire Spa is more than 60 miles from Williams' McDonough home. Johns Creek police say it was openly advertising escort services and adult massages online.

Just last week, five people were arrested and the business was shut down for allegedly offering sexual services.

On Thursday, authorities raided the parlor. Two people were arrested for operating a business with no license. Police were seen hauling out evidence and bringing in K-9 unites.

Sources tell FOX 5 that Williams was asked to resign.

Williams refused to talk to FOX 5 about the losing his job, or his alleged visit to the massage parlor. He is not facing criminal charges.

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